Announced at CES, the Sony Xperia Ion is coming to AT&T sometime soon and now pre-order pricing has started to emerge. The Ion can be had for a cool $569.50 from Negri Electronics. If you’re on AT&T’s network and would love a LTE-enabled device without having to renew your contract, this could be a great phone for you.
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